Which states will be hardest hit by the cuts?

The Senate is expected to pass the Senate’s version of the American Health Care Act, which would repeal and replace Obamacare.

The House passed its own version, but it will have to pass through the Senate to become law.

If the Senate passes it, it will likely take a month or more to make its way through the House.

That’s a big deal, because it could leave many states in the dark for months or even years as the government tries to work through the fallout.

Here’s how to know which states will likely see the biggest cuts:1.

Arkansas: The state has a history of running high deficits.

Its unemployment rate of 6.8 percent is nearly double that of the nation as a whole.

Arkansas is home to a lot of people with disabilities, and they’re not likely to be helped by the changes the Senate bill would make.

The state’s Department of Human Services will lose more than $1 billion in funding, and the department has struggled to find qualified people to fill jobs.

The Senate bill also would cut Medicaid funding for the state, which has about 25,000 people enrolled in Medicaid.

Arkansas Gov.

Asa Hutchinson has warned that the state will not be able to afford the cuts and said the state would lose about $600 million over 10 years.

But his administration has already announced that the budget it is crafting for next year will not cover Medicaid.

The cuts could be even worse in Arkansas, where the unemployment rate is 7.7 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

In January, the governor called on the legislature to pass legislation to prevent the state from receiving federal aid, and said that the federal government should not be funding a state with a high unemployment rate.

The state has seen a spike in its infant mortality rate in recent years, according a study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

A state health department report released last month found that the infant mortality ratio in Arkansas rose by 6.7 percentage points in 2015 compared with the year before.2.

Indiana: Indiana’s population is smaller than Arkansas’s, but the state’s unemployment rate has dropped significantly.

Indiana’s unemployment was 3.8% in December, down from the previous year’s peak of 6% in June.

Unemployment among part-time workers rose to 9.9% in January from 8.7% in November.

Indiana has seen an increase in the number of Medicaid recipients, with the number now at 2.5 million.

The Medicaid program, which covers low-income Americans, is the main source of income for many people.

Indiana Governor Mike Pence has been critical of the cuts, calling them “unnecessary, costly and dangerous.”

Indiana’s budget office has estimated that the cuts will cost the state about $500 million, a drop of about $1 million a month.3.

Georgia: Georgia’s unemployment is 6.3 percent, slightly lower than the national rate.

But its unemployment rate could jump as the Senate proposal would reduce Medicaid funding to the state.

Georgia’s governor has called for the reduction in Medicaid funding, which the state uses to cover the uninsured.

That means the state may lose more money.

According to the Department of Healthcare and Family Services, the number in January fell by about $300,000 to 7,300.4.

Mississippi: The Mississippi governor has been one of the most vocal critics of the Senate plan.


Phil Bryant, who has pledged to veto the Senate version of AHCA, told the Associated Press that the bill “takes away the freedom of choice and flexibility” in the state and will leave millions of people without health care.

The governor also said the Senate would hurt his state’s economy.

But according to a recent study by researchers at Georgetown University, Mississippi’s economic growth has not slowed since last year.

Mississippi’s economy grew at an average of 2.4 percent between 2015 and 2017, according the state Department of Economic Development.

The report found that Mississippi had the fastest economic growth in the nation between 2010 and 2017.5.

New Hampshire: New Hampshire is home not only to the nation’s largest and most prosperous community of doctors and dentists, but also to the University of New Hampshire.

The University of Manchester’s Medical School has a high school enrollment of more than 1,000 students, and that’s just the beginning.

The university’s president, John Geddes, has spoken out against the Senate legislation.

Gedds said that he does not support cuts to the program that allows students to attend college.

The University of North Carolina has seen its budget increase significantly since its last budget was passed in 2010.

It’s expected to see about $4 billion in cuts from the Senate.6.

North Dakota: North Dakota’s unemployment rates are the lowest in the country, according with the Bureau for Economic and Business Research.

North Dakotans have long been known as the “Dakotans with Dignity” for their progressive policies on education and healthcare.

The North Dakota Legislature passed a law that would make it easier